Chicago Cubs Receive World Series Rings with 108 Diamonds

Zac Wassink@https://twitter.com/ZacWassinkFeatured ColumnistApril 13, 2017

Before Wednesday's home game versus the Los Angeles Dodgers at Wrigley Field, the Chicago Cubs received their World Series rings for their triumph over the Cleveland Indians last fall.

That jewelry shines brightly for over 100 reasons. 

As explained by Sports Illustrated, the ring contains 108 diamonds to symbolize the club's title drought that lasted over a century.

Each ring also features the team's logo, the "W" flag that flies over Wrigley Field when the Cubs win a game, the Wrigley marquee, the team's "We Never Quit" motto from 2016 and the scores of each playoff game throughout Chicago's historic journey last season.       

There's even a goat on the inside to serve as a reminder of the supposed curse that hovered over the Cubs for decades.            


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